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© American Contractors Insurance Group Carl Heinlein, CSP, OHST, STS Sr. Safety Consultant June 11-12, 2013
© American Contractors Insurance Group Safety initiative to save lives and reduce losses across all lines of business Fact Finding : Safety Benchmarking Survey; Life-Saving Commitments Survey, ZIP Survey, Safety Culture Survey (Third Party) CEO meeting, ACIG facilitator Contractor Action Plan (CAP) developed as the focus of the executive management meeting NOTE: Safety Culture Elements Safety and Health Program Elements Zero (0) direct- payroll deaths Reduce losses by 40% Strategic long-term planning Executive driven and full participation
© American Contractors Insurance Group Developing a Strategy Establishing goals Deciding on the proper metrics Involving the right people Making the PLS initiative a big deal
© American Contractors Insurance Group Project Lifesaver Meetings ACIG Develops Meeting Materials Historical Loss Analyses Contractor Rankings Best Practices Utilization (RMS, Safety, Claims, Fleet, General Liability, LSC) Participants Contractor CEO, COO, Safety/Risk Manager, other appropriate Staff ACIG: RME & Safety Consultant Broker Contractor Action Plan (CAP) is the Key Focal Point
© American Contractors Insurance Group Key Deliverables CEO Active Participation Team approach in completing the CAP
© American Contractors Insurance Group RESULTS
© American Contractors Insurance Group 1. Executive level support – high level of expectation 2. Pre-task planning for every task 3. Management visibility 4. Supervision involvement and accountability 5. Root cause analysis of incidents 6. Measurement and frequent review of key indicators 7. Active Risk Management Committee 8. Pre-project planning 9. Subcontractor safety management 10. Employee engagement/involvement
© American Contractors Insurance Group, Inc.
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